A merger between two or more large technology companies can create a new business model that is more efficient, more competitive and more profitable.
The idea is to share a valuable asset that allows for a single company to control the flow of data and information between its customers and business partners, and allows it to compete effectively across the industry.
The two largest technology companies, Facebook and Google, have merged in a series of deals that have brought together several companies that make up the core of the web.
This year, the two companies have agreed to create an “empire” business, which will combine their core business, and to create a “consumer” business that will compete with Facebook for business customers.
This merger has also resulted in the creation of a new social network, WhatsApp, which has been around since 2008.
The Facebook and WhatsApp deal have brought more than $2 billion in transaction value.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum both have long been bullish about the future of social networking, saying in a recent interview that they expect the social network to grow rapidly.
“We are seeing some very real potential for a social network that really captures the essence of what we are trying to do here, the real people,” Zuckerberg said.
“I think the people will be able to use the social platform for more than just the sharing of images, and it will also be able… to serve more of their real time conversations with their friends and family.”
The social networking company also announced a partnership with Amazon that will enable it to bring Amazon Prime memberships to users.
The companies have also announced plans to merge to create more affordable wireless broadband networks.
These networks will be owned and operated by separate companies, but Facebook and its competitors will use the same infrastructure to deploy the networks.
The merger of the two biggest technology companies also has the potential to create new forms of competition, which could include more efficient use of capital and a move away from the current concentration of ownership and control in the hands of a few companies.
“In order to compete in a world where everybody is on the same level, it becomes a real problem,” said Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive officer.
“So we’re going to have to find ways to reduce the concentration of power.”